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an important distinction that we need to make. we don't want to send the message to america that bullying is normative; that bullying is normal, and that clip illustrated that the school is sending that message, and there is a difference, an important distinction between the school sort of embodying and sending the message to the kids that bullying is just a part of growing up and believing that bullying in our school is normative because it simply isn't. the data shows bullying is going down and that is not a popular thing to say these days. bullying is a very important social problem that we need to fix, but it is not an epidemic and it's not on the rise and neither is cyber bullying and the top scholars in the country and in social science and psychology that saying that, so that's an important distinction so thank you both so much. >> and there is that and -- there's a balance between -- i mean when i hear that bullying is going down i mean all of us should rejoice because that to me is indicative of the fact of the work in communities across the country are starting to pay off, but
. if the peer leader doesn't do the right thing -- and this is my initiative and if you don't do the right thing you don't look like what know what you're doing and that isn't cool and you didn't do your job that well, if we get in these ambassador programs and give them training and rigor and how difficult that moment can be you can transform a school because of the power of kids talking to each other. >> all right. do we have another question? >> i appreciate that point you have been making. been, wooing with the board and the foundation and launch the student advisory board and i think we need to get that training kicked in really fast and that's a point well taken, and i appreciate lee you showing that clip because it illustrates an important distinction that we need to make. we don't want to send the message to america that bullying is normative; that bullying is normal, and that clip illustrated that the school is sending that message, and there is a difference, an important distinction between the school sort of embodying and sending the message to the kids that bullying is just a part
generally they don't like it when other people are taken advantage of. it really offends the very core for a prosecutor. you know i often joke i don't even like when people cut in line but i recognize there is not necessarily a remedy to that, but so bullying is something that almost everybody has had an experience in their life of being bullied, and i think one perspective as prosecutors is if we don't address this today's bullies -- and if we don't address it are tomorrow's batters, and today's victims of bullying becomes tomorrow's victims. that is painting with a very broad brush, but it's something that encourages us to take action. i think in my prosecutors office there is hard and soft power. the hard power in a prosecutor's office, in a police department, it's arresting. it's putting in jail. it's going in court and find this person guilty and punish them. that's a kind of hard power and most of what is done in a prosecutor's office -- most of the resources are devoted to those hard power tasks, but although we devote less resources to soft power there are probably more imp
that most other places don't. the geometry and geography of san francisco is up that it is easier for us being in a city of short trips to veil ourselves to other alternatives to the car. so when we want to reclaim the street and the public right-of-way and the public realm for people and basic human needs of access to the humanities that urban environments provide, we have a better shot at than, say, other places where large distances have to be traversed in most american cities to kind of get to the places you want to get. here in san francisco, we have been blessed by the geometry where our trips are short where 40 years ago we realized that this was the way we will have to kind of meet our future. the iron call part of that is at the same time europe also discovered that and they made strides to towards actually implementing these alternative choices, we have found it very difficult to kind of wean ourselves from the convenience of being able to. i say it is still convenient to drive. as long as the alternatives are not just as convenient, we won't be able to make our case about our
over, just fyi. superintendent. >> don't start the clock yet. thanks. again i want to thank everyone for being here this morning and this morning i said "welcome to a sunny day in september" and many of you didn't believe me and i want to thank you all for being here and in my comments at the beginning i spoke of the wonderful experience and having 3,000 opportunities yesterday see "bully" the movie. i spoke of all of the administrators seeing "bully" when they came back from summer break and develop their plans on their campuses here, so i would like to go deeper and talk about a couple of things and before that i appreciate what rosylyn and the previous panel said about the term "bullying" and run the risk of it meaning something generic and meaningless and the word of the day, so let's talk about what it is. it's assault. sometimes it's aggravated assault. it's kidnapping. it's coercion of human rights. it's stalking. these are different pictures when you think about it in those terms. that's what bullying is so in san francisco unified we say we have a zero tolerance fo
week. that was proactive. i don't expect them to do too much more. >> i think it's too bad that's what we have to do. i understand the reasoning behind it. >> despite the suggestions from the nra, many here say having the guns on campus even for protection would have a negative impact on children. >> i think armed guards on campus is a bad idea. i don't want my children to live in fear. when they see that, they'll be more fearful. >> we want them to grow up to be adults that don't carry fire arms. >> for now they'll concentrate on keeping their eyes open and the doors locked. >> it's a great first step. it's a no brainer. >> cbs 5. >>> the u.s. supreme court has set a date for oral arguments on prop 8. march 26 with a decision expected in june. the issue is whether it was constitutional for california voters to ban same sex marriage. the next day they'll hear the federal defense of the marriage act. >>> police are releasing information about last month's officer shooting that claimed the life of a 12-year-old man in walnut creek. the chief
with the baldwin house hotel. i don't know if you've opened your substation there yet, but be sure and check and make sure that the boiler system for the hotel proper has been inspected. if you were to check with the department of building inspection you will find that it was the early part of 2004, i filed a complaint regarding the boiler system. it turned out there had been a notice of violation which had been issued against that hotel which went languishing for, like, 6 years and there was a changing of the guard. well, i found out about it and i let pg&e know that they had a water heater, not a boiler there, i spoke to pg&e, spoke to the little guy there, they refused to let the inspector inspect because there was nothing to inspect. i took them to director's hearing and they were required to put a boiler in place so make sure that, a, there's a boiler and b it's current and i want to give a shoutout to my long lost phone spouse. i miss him. once again, i'm in mourning. he's done a good job. >> thank you, miss brison. any further public comment? please come forward. >> my name is
fought back tears and expressed his deep gratitude at the memorial for his daughter. they donned pink, turning the high school gym into a sea of her favorite colors and shared memories of the 19-year-old. [laughter] >> alyssa's friends grief comes in waves, going between sorrow and joy, they know she would want them to choose the letter. >> i don't want you guys to be sad anymore. >> i hate to say this brought us together but this brought us all together as a community, a family, friendship. it's amazing. ♪. reporter: the already tightknit community has green even closer as they reminisce on the girl remembered as lively, outgoing, bringing people together after death as she did in her life. >> if said this to a one of kid last night. my wife and i lost other daughter, and that's what we have gamed -- i don't know -- 150 kids. >> alyssa is being cremated and will be laid to rest privately by her family. a concert in her honor will be held saturday, february 23rd, with proceeds to a foundation. in petaluma, abc7 news. >> ama: oakland police tell us the four murders in the city friday
and sometimes don't have the tools to work with here. >> and it's important to note that nurses have been in a long standing dispute. the sticking points cuts the benefits and sick leave. we are live in oakland, nbc bay area news. >> thank you. also in oakland, a gold rush at the oakland museum of california. police are searching for a stolen artifact worth $800,000. thieves broke in yesterday and made off with the gold rush era quartz and gold box depicting early california. it is closed on monday as is traditional for mu seems. it's the second break in in receipt months. back in november thieves made off with gold nuggets and other artifacts. they read the receipt break in is a loss not only to the museum, but the community and the objects convey the heritage and the stories of the people. >> they're took matters into their own hands. police investigating burglary cases in which the would be victims double as crime fighters. in one case the intruder ended up dead. both happened during the day in the east bay city. one on lehman and the other on canyon oaks circle. police say a homeowner
, don't go to your emergency room, call your doctor first. you catch this in the first couple of days, you can get an antiviral. carl, i think today you're going to start to see hospitals delay operations, tell people to get out of the hospital. this has not yet reached epidemic proportions, but that's going to be tossed around the next couple of days. >> we're going to get shots on this desk. dr. nancy snyderman, thanks. >>> meantime, emergency rooms in milwaukee, wisconsin, have seen a surge of flulike symptoms. kevin, good morning. >> yes, at the st. francis hospital, not only here in milwaukee, it's throughout the midwest. as we heard from dr. nancy, it's across the country. this particular milwaukee area, they are actually practicing something they are referring to as diversion where so many hospitals are filled with patients suffering from flu symptoms, they are actually sending ambulances hopscotching from here to there so people get the care. we're fortunate this morning to be joined by dr. cathy shallow. i guess the first question i want to ask is is this worse than, say, the
, her friends saw it, but they were paralyzed. they didn't know what to do and they did nothing. i don't begrudge thipl for that, they are wonderful kids, but they didn't have the tools to do anything about it. so we work on those issues and we work on those and our local school district was remarkable in their reaction. but in the work that we have done, ruslyn and i across the country, we have seen too many school districts, quite frankly, that have been slow to respond. and that is why we have to come together like this. that is why we have to get out of our lane and understand that we've got to make house calls. we've got to move beyond the traditional paradigm that i've a federal prosecutor, i wait for the phone to ring and i respond. that's not how melinda has responded, that's not how eric holder approach their job, that's certainly not how this superintendent is approaching his job and that's not how any of us can afford to approach their jobs. i don't want to prosecute any more hate crimes cases. i want to be, for those of you over 50, remember that maytag commercial, the
pointed out this person handles sexual harassment complaints. here's just some of what we got back. we don't have a title ix coordinator. i think that would be me. i'm not sure who you would need to talk to. i have no idea who it is. try labor relations. they should know. >> it's not just embarrassing. it's scary. >> reporter: carrie miller runs an organization called sesame. she lobbies for laws to protect children and schools. is this something that all principals should know? >> absolutely. every principal should know. >> reporter: we contacted 35 principals in the district, and none could name the title ix coordinator. >> i believe they didn't know what you were talking about. >> reporter: we showed gentle blight of san francisco unified how some of its principals responded. i have no idea what title nine is, sorry. and "i need to know who i am talking to before i send that information." some principals said they don't have a coordinator. >> i think they were confused. >> reporter: principals in the bay area confused about where to send someone to file a sexual harassment complaint. >>
stopped breathing. i screamed at him he said, don't die on me. don't die on me. medley survived. he said of the inside of his car there was so much blood it was sloshing. 6-year-old veronica sullivan was found by specialist sergeant gerald he was close to tears i checked for a pulse she was dead no pulse he said. >> what they have on the docket ... >> reporter: her great aunt was in the courtroom and heard it all. >> it was gut wrenching it really was. to think that a 6-year-old child's life was snuffed out. >> reporter: holmes never looked at her or any victims sitting in the courtrooms. >> what do you want done? >> i want him to have a fair trial and i want him convicted and my wish is that he have life in prison and every day he thinks about those victims by having their pictures on the wall. >> reporter: police discovered holmes bought his ticket july 8th, two weeks before the july 20th shooting and they is surveillance video the lobby showing him acting so normally he held the door open for another couple and politely let them in. barry peterson, cbs news, arapahoe county courthouse
education. i don't think i'm a hero. i just had a job to do, and did it with the children at the school district, but i also like to include the whole community. that's why we put on the powwows and have different events where everyone could attend. be proud that you're indian. >> so we would like to present gwen with this local hero's award from kqmd. thank you very much for what you have done for the community, for yourself and the community and all the relations and gwen is going to be saying a few words. we're going to present her with this bag here and thank you. >> why thank you michael. it's very nice to hear the good words about me, and my son even has flowers i see. thank you very much tom. i have three sons. tom and middle son and he has a son also named tom but he is here today from palm springs. you live in palm springs tom? >> all over. >> all over. and thank you and i would like to thank my other friends. i saw so many of them here tonight and it's really nice that you came for our -- not just my friends but the friends of anacita and the others. thank you for co
/11 /12 in benghazi. [inaudible] yards away. we must revive the ban on these adult suspects. i don't want to. >> >> >> deemphasize the drug culture and americans and so we have this crisis mr. mayor of plants closing when the cheap labor markets, jobs leaving, drugs and guns coming. that requires a national effort by all of us. while i reach out to you in san francisco those that hear my voice please stop the killing. please stop drug flow. please give peace a chance. in this instance means that labor unions, trade unions must open up and provide more training so they can lay a brick. it means that the education system must instill the value of strong minds and that brings strong change. take your child to school. meet your child's teachers. exchange numbers. turn the tv off at night. take a report card every nine weeks and take your child to religious celebration once a week. most of the violence is from the bottom up, not top down. mothers say something like "i'm going to beat you boy. i'm going to beat you so the police don't have to do it one day". it was their own w
says unilateral sanctions don't work and they just isolate the united states. republican critics, though, aren't convinced. >> he is an honorable man. he has had a record of distinguished service but he's profoundly wrong on a number of the most important national security issues that face our country today. >> reporter: key jewish groups being lobbied, that has helped soften the anti-defamation league, who wrote senator hagel would not have been my first choice, but i respect the president's prerogative. >> the white house is reaching out to a number of groups and individuals with regard to this nomination and others. >> reporter: hagel is also likely to face questions about his position on gay rights after his 1998 comments criticizing a u.s. ambassador nominee as, quote, openly aggressively gay. hagel has since apologized but one openly gay senator says she would like to hear more. >> i do want to speak to him particularly about his comments 14 years ago to see if his apology is sincere and sufficient. >> reporter: monday the white house faced protests but not over chuck hagel
of fog out there, we may see some mid- 60s but don't get used to it, there is a big change coming up soon. >>> a big announcement about california state prisons today, why the governor is holding two press conferences about it. >>> also a surprising study, the driver is blamed for much of the gridlock and ktvu channel 2 morning news continues. this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> good morning, thank you for waking up with us this tuesday morning, i am pam cook. >> let's check weather and traffic, steve is right there and you've got a really interesting forecast. >> well, it will go from one extreme to the other. temperatures 30s and 40s. today will be sunny and warmer for many unless you are out in the eastern parts of the bay area but high pressure is building and that will bring us sunshine and warmer temperatures especially in the south bay, here is sal. >>> good morning, we have a lot of fog as steve has been mentioning and it is a little bit foggy as you can bear clay see -- barely see some of the roads. not a lot of fog, there is a big accident on the east shore and i have a big
of the store. antioch police were here taking down any information. but we don't know any suspects' descriptions at this point. but at this moment, the clerk refused medical attention. he's working this morning. he says that he's a little bit spooked out by what happened. but he will continue to work until the owner gets here. roughly around 9:00 this morning. he also says he just started this job about a week ago. we're live in antioch, brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> police in gilroy are looking for a man they say tried to pick up an 11-year-old girl walking home. it happened on monterey road last week. police say the man offered her a ride but when another driver saw what was happening. he took off. police say the man was driving a ford green 2000 astrovan. the suspect is described as an hispanic man between 50 to 60 years old with short black here and a mustache. >>> petaluma police are also investigating a similar incident. yesterday, a 14-year-old girl reported that a man asked her to get into his car just outside westside elementary school. police say the girl kept wa
in lyn don. authorities education courted one of the speed freak killers from death row to that area and he pointed out the well as a spot where more human remains could be found. the fbi says it is not looking for any one victim in particular. >> no particular individual is associated with this site. to be clear, we only know that this may contain remains. >> the fbi -- fbi is taking over the search following criticism of the san joaquin county sheriff's office handling. the remains of two women were identified and no identity has been determined for a third set of remains. a bay area mother is waiting anxiously as that well is being excavated. wondering if her daughters' remains are at the bottom of that well. >> mckayla garrett's mother read me those words today her nine-year-old daughter wrote more than 24 years ago. early sharon found the paper in a book after a stranger kidnapped the little girl from a hayward store. >> there was just a sense of foreknowledge that something was going to happen. >> now, after almost a quarter of a century of searching of heartbreak, sharon still
that work, inspector, for our calendars? >> yes. make sure we don't have a discipline 'case. because it is the third wednesday. i don't think we do. we haven't lately but that's the one we would reserve. >> commissioner chan: great. so looks like we have february 20th&5( 2/ then for dgo0.05 purt driving. want to check in about having the presentation about the firearms discharge review process and officer involved review shooting process. i think we want -- is it next week? no. january 23rd if possible. >> we can do the 30th for firearms discharge review if you want. >> commissioner chan: are we having a community meeting? >> not this month. i spoke with president mazzucco and because of the promotions of the new captains and shuffling around of the new captains, northern was scheduled for 24 month but there's a new captain and we didn't want to drop a new load on him but february is a go. you're interested in getting to bayview station so let me know and we can go there in february if you like. >> commissioner chan: so looks like this presentation about the firearms discharge review
to keep you all on time. you've got an agenda packet and i'm going to be held accountable if you don't meet it. roslyn, let's pick up on tom's passion. he told me a couple points that are important, that is the consciousness awareness, this growing consciousness around bullying. and it's a question i guess that requires, has bullying gotten worse or have we gotten better to begin to recognize it? >> hard to know. tom and the president refer to as far too often as a rite of passage. we certainly are seeing evidence in ways that i don't recall, the levels of violence, the vitriolic violence, it's not just coming from the back of the school, it's coming at home, social media, you are inundated with it, the effects of it. we also certainly there's been an evolution of what we should tolerate. for me, for example, very early on in the administration i had the privilege of meeting with carl hoover walker's mother. he would have been 11 years old on the day that we were meeting. this was in the spring of 2009. and as she was leaving and she was talking about his death and he was one o
visions, gary, to think about how if folks decided -- and we don't play in this -- but if folks decided there could be a class on this, how you teach, life skills class, right? if we try to make a one-size fits all click approach that doesn't really take people from where they are and get them to where they need to go. i have seen life skills work well and i have seen students literally filling out mcdonald's applications in their life skills class. so you can't just quickly eradicate and we can't just think about this in an isolated silo the link, for example, that has been alluded to between discipline and bullying, they go hand in hand, how zero tolerance policies often can hurt the victim of bullyings and harassment as they react. you heard tom mention restoretive justice, right here, again, right here in this city across the bridge, and i know as superintendent talked about, you are doing amazing stuff in san francisco. tony smith in oakland has an initiative that is dealing with not just things like restoretive justice alone but positive behavioral interventions and supports.
was ticketed or will be for the next two sunday, but come the 27th of saturday, if you don't feed a meter on a sunday, you'll get a ticket. reporting live, abc7 news. >> ama: a new verse of the san francisco phenomenon known as parklets is coming under criticism from supervisor who doesn't like the way it looks. not everyone agrees. >> most people i think have really favorable opinions of the parklet, the great place for the family to hang out, visit local businesses, grab lunch, and just hang out on a nice day. >> no one was ticketed today no will be -- >> associations don't like the way the parklet looks, calling it odd. it was also installed without a permit. >> the fiscal cliff fiasco may be over but a new deadline is looming in washington. up next, the debt debate. >> a dry sunday but what is ahead for your work week? meteorology leigh glaser has the forecast. >> hockey is back, almost. the main issues resolved. two weeks ago the niners learned just how good seattle is, today rg iii and the redskins learned a ♪ i'd like to thank eating right, whole grain, multigrain cheerios! my bo
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heavy. as we head to san jose you don't have much. so thestory are the scattered sprinkles and ice so -- it's so cold we're looking at snow flurries on bay area peaks and then we'll pinpoint how cold it's going to get around here. . > . >> you you can check out just how cold and wet it is before you head out the door tomorrow morning on your mobile device. down load our station ktvu app to your smartphone. >> crews hauled and stacked around 4,000 bags along san fireman keet creek -- san francisquito creek. . >> i got a lot of a-water in the garage so mibach yard was a mess. we had a mess all around. >> city officials say they plan to do a major overhaul of the levee this summer and are applying for disaster funds crews tonight are still cleaning up a sewage leak that contaminated several areas of the medical center in oakland. hospital staff spotted the leak and quickly responded. alex. >> a short time ago, a spoeks man told me owe a-shay will be -- osha will be investigating the response to the leak. todaywe talked to workers who's job was to sterilize instruments used fsh surge
, are those disqualifiers? >> i don't think so. you have to predict the future. they're going to face very complex problems which we can't predict. that level of trust and relationship between those people and with other members of the cabinet are the most important. >> not to put you on the spot, is there another name that jumps out? is there someone that you would have turned to immediately that you would vote for? >> no. >> okay. just thought i would try it. you have a quote in your memoir, as you were dealing with the situation in afghanistan there was an emergence of an ununfortunate deficit of trust between the white house and the department of defense. was that distrust a two-way street? >> yes. i outline in a fair amount of detail, it's about leadership. that's what i'm passionate about. building trust takes time. and it's the essential ingredient of ever solving difficult things, whether it's a marriage, educating kids, fighting a war. you have to build trust between people and organizations. >> did you distrust the people at the white house? did you distrust key members of the ob
and when it comes to national security, we don't like to leave a lot of gaps. >> if confirmed, brennan will replace leon panetta, the director of the cia and take over for general david petraeus who resigned over an extra marital affair. >>> secretary of state hillary rodham clinton resumed work today and received a football helmet to protect her from another head injury. she fell after becoming dihydrated and developed a concussion. >>> california lawmakers are back at the state capital hold be super majorities in both houses for the first time in 30 years. the legislature recessed for the holidays and the super majority means democrats can pass legislation without a single republican vote. as the legislation opens, it includes higher education funding and healthcare reforms. >>> a dog grooming van crashes into a business in san jose and we will tell you what happened to this vehicle just before this happened and what it means for the store. >>> rosemary is up in a few minutes and she will tell us about some cold temperatures headed this way. >> they are the hottest tickets to get but
that -- that certain students cost more to educate than other students is valid. i don't think many people dispute that. it's a matter of how do you implement that? and how do you pay for it? and that's where that rubber hits the road. >> it's kind of hard. it has to be fair across the board, it doesn't matter what student or what income level they're at. >> reporter: even though it would benefit schools in the west contra costa unified school district, charles ramsey believes that the governor's plan will only breed bitterness. >> how is it going to accomplish that? i don't think it's fair to say to other school districts that they should lose their funding to help us. i just don't support that kind of proposal. >> reporter: and if you are wondering to what happened to all that additional sales tax that you just passed for education? it is going to schools but because there were so many cuts in the last five years, this only brings the schools back to where they started so just at zero. i'm grace lee, cbs 5. >>> on the higher education front it appears gover
-old career criminal says most drivers don't read warning signs like this one. >> they don't know the machine is the way to pay, but if you know the machine is okay. >> you feel good about it, justified about it? >> not always. it's an easy way to make money. >> reporter: how much do you make? >> i make it through a day. it's a good deal and rent paid. >> is it lucrative? >> i can make up to thousand dollars a week. >> reporter: he says he has been arrested 30 times. this particular con job is considered a misdemeanor petty theft. he spends little time in jail. he knows he'll be out soon. >> anderson was last arrested saturday at a parking lot. he was in court where he was also charged with violating probation. for that offense, they order in order bail and anderson justifies his crimes saying its really the parking lot operators fault. >> i said you guys wanted to stop it. >> that is one thing that anderson and district attorney agree on. the d.a. says parking operators need to share the responsibility. >> you put attendants or gate and camera. simply posting signs is not enough. >> anderson
of the issue. >> that's true generally speaking. i don't think there's been a study to show gun control laws reduce violence. >> tom also made news with a call for a statewide homeless bill of rights to guarantee the homeless housing and health care. >> it's more of a statement to say this is the direction the state is making. >> the final call for legalization of marijuana may be up as well. the biggest issue is the governor's call to redistribute scarce education dollars so students get more money. it's getting pushed back from both sides of the aisle. >> just because you send money to schools doesn't mean you're going to increase performance by students. >> i'm not going to vote for a proposal to take away textbooks for a district and give that money to other districts. >> the biggest news of course is the republicans are so outnumbered they're pretty much sidelined. with them goes the ability for the republicans to block the idea of new taxes. >> i don't think there's a tax or fee that won't be put up, talked about or discussed. >> an ironic twis
. slow down, number two if you do hit it, don't panic. don't slam on the brakes. decrease your speed. >> the extra mattresses are coming out the mary isaac center where they normally have 100 beds available. mike johnson says when the temperatures are life-threatening, police and fire in the community know to send people here who would normally prefer to stay outside. >> hopefully the combination of referring knowledgeable citizens out there get people in and help save their lives during the cold spells. >> she is worried about saving her nursery inventory. she has always lost some and cover her citrus and other cold sensitive plants tonight. she has advice for any one covering their own. >> no plastic, old sheets or old comforters or cloth cover. >> rose garden in petaluma, not to forget about your bouganvilla. don't turn it off in the spring and this will actually protect the root system. >> heather, thank you. >> dan: a san francisco man was charged with 11 felony counts for allegedly setting his girlfriend on fire. both family and victims attended the hearing for dexter oliver on
have what's called a gun show loophole meaning if you buy a gun at a gun show, you don't have to have a background check. as for protesters, we have not seen any since we've been here. i spoke to the photographer who was here earlier today, and he did not see any either. the gun show ended at 5:00, just a few minutes ago, but it continues here at the cow palace tomorrow. live in daly city, monty francis, nbc bay area news. >> thank you. >>> hundreds of people gathered in petaluma today to remember 19-year-old alyssa burns. she died over the new year's holiday in tahoe. and many at the memorial made a pledge in her honor. she was found dead after she tried to walk three miles to her hotel in freezing weather after a party. friends pledged that as part of her memory, they would use the buddy system and stick together whether they're in petaluma or anywhere else. her dad is grateful that lesson is being learned. >> we've had way too much tragedy here already. let's get the kids out and learn something and be positive. and instead of having memorials like this for one of our children that
wants to have. they don't want a conversation about putting more guns in schools. the gun lobby puts out out there with the hope of dragging it into the uncivil conversation contrary to any solution that would keep guns off our streets and out of the hands of dangerous people. >> the teachers with guns, right, this image of teachers actually standing there being trained with guns scares me -- like this is exactly the wrong direction for this conversation. >> it scares teachers to death, too. >> right. it feels like it is based on who the good guys and bad guys are. we are responding to newtown, basically. we have to arm teachers because in this case, teachers would have done something different. we can't assume teachers are always the good guys. we don't want to give them pensions but we want to arm them. >> nobody else is responding that way. a few people on the extreme of this, that is not the conversation the american public wants to have. it's not the conversation they want us to have on this show. themt to talk about the things we can do to prevent gun violence and the respect for t
a desire to do something or some things even though they don't solve the entire problem. >> i've never seen anything that have shocked the consciousness of the american people like 16, 17-year-old kids being riddeled with bullets in the classroom in a neighborhood that was considered to be immune to this kind of bearior. >> meanwhile -- behavior. >> meanwhiles nra proposes is a ban. >> we had a decade for on guns and it had no impact. >> he admitted was impractical. >> every gun purchased can only be fired by the person who purchased it. >> that technology exists but it's extremely expensive. >> so expensive no one really expects mr. biden will recommend it tuesday, to the put but he will make recommendations even though he thinks they won't completely solve the problem. >>> a sfen-year-old boy was shot -- 17-year-old boy was shot just after midnight on drake avenue in marinc. >> that teen had come from sisku county to be with family and celebrated his 17th birthday a few days ago. >> someone thought he had stolen a drug cash. it's the first homicide in marin krae in two years. >> a machine
on plane simulators, boat pilots train on ship simulators so problems like this one don't happen. the california maritime academy simulators account for nonhuman contingencies and uncontrols such as mechanical failures. >> you're going to have incidents because things have to be under your control. there'll be mechanical failures that you can't control. the difference is how you respond to them. >> reporter: on a clear day the bay bridge is completely avoidable. but drop the visible down to .25 like it was yesterday and things get very dicey. >> this is what the bay bridge looks like with a .25 visibility and we're much closer than a .25 of a mile. >> you really have to be able to multi task and get everybody working together and you have to rely on your bridge team. >> reporter: an that with ships from all corners of the world means dealing with people with different nationalities and communication. since simulators can create many types of situations, pilots can be confidence when if a what if turns into a what now. >>> on ktvu you can find more on that collision. >>> a moraga
. neighbors say they don't know him or his wife or two-year-old child. they knew they had dogs but they certainly did not know about the 34 pounds of marijuana that mr. teeth was apparently guarding. one woman said she gets upset when she thinks about all the kids who play in the neighborhood. >> it is terrible, it is the size of a child and i don't know how that could happen. it is very scary. >> reporter: let me show you the marijuana mr. teeth was guarding, an estimated street value of $134,000. he was being held on $160,000 bail and will face charges for drug charges. we have seen them online costing 250 bucks on up and we should also tell you, fish and game list it as illegal to own. we also expect more charges will be filed because he was not legally okay to have that alligator inside his home. claudine wong ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> police are issuing a safety warning to women in palo alto. janine de la vega has more on the search for the suspect and what the woman said he did. >> reporter: the man exposed himself to the woman here near california avenue. the woma
don knapp is at ireland's bar in san francisco, where the faithful are gathered. don? >> reporter: you know, anne, the irish faithful, but they are not watching football or soccer or anything like that. they are watching the 49ers! and of course with the game going as it is, they have good reason to cheer! [ cheers & applause ] >> reporter: they were groaning and cheering, as green bay scores first in the playoff game. fans here at ireland's are not faint at heart. >> it's been incredible, being here in the middle of all of this is exhilarating to watch. >> got off to a bad start today, huh? >> yes, yes, but it's very early. lot of time left. lot can happen. >> we came up from socal to watch the game. >> you could watch it down there, you know. >> no, we gotta be in san francisco, definitely. >> absolutely, gotta be in the crowd. >> you're in the crowd now. how does it feel? >> feels great. this is perfect! couldn't be better! >> go! >> reporter: a few more minutes and the niners had scored. the crowd warmed up. [ cheers & applause ] >> re
wrapping herself in blankets. she died sunday. she had heart failure and breast cancer. >> i don't think it was necessarily a surprise for us but it still is stunning and shocking to lose someone who really was very much a part of our zoo family for years. >> reporter: tallulah was the oldest animal at the zoo in her mid-50s and it lived there the longest. her death is hard on staff who say she had a strong connection with humans. before coming here, she had been raised as a pet. >> she was a very intelligent chimpanzees. she had a personality that was larger than life. >> reporter: her loss a surprise to visitors, met with her picture and announcement of her passing outside the chimp exhibit. >> that's really sad. we come here all the time. >> reporter: the other chimps have also been here since the 1960s. they have been acting quieter than normal in her absence. zoo staff say although they're sad she's gone, she left behind a legacy. tallulah was instrumental in resome on geriatric animals and inspired the zoo to implement techniques to impr
it should be adopted. >> we certainly don't want to have criminals breaking into homes and getting ahold of guns. that can happen. >> in piedmont, abc-7 news. >> ama: a 13-year-old tourist is in the hospital suffering from life-threatening injuries after she was hit bay car in san francisco. happened around 8:00 last night on pine street just west of stockton street. the girl was visiting the city with her family when she was hit. the drive tide stop after the accident. >>> vallejo police are offering a ewafford reward for the identity or a car that hit a man. police said the driver rap away after the c. and hasn't been found. >> still to come on abc-7 news at 11:00, a community comes together to help save a bay area icon. >> the taxty ride that led -- what one man did to get his iphone back. >> a google project has hurricane victims seething. >> plus, rain moving through the bay area right now. you can seer right here i'm only in my 60's... i've got a nice long life ahead. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i got a medicare supplement insurance
. if the plan works out with the police and city officials, he says it should be adopted. >> we certainly don't want to have criminals breaking into homes and getting a hold of guns. that can happen. >> in piedmont, thomas ramone, abc7 news. >> tomorrow morning at to 10:00 the 49ers divisional playoff tickets go on sale via ticket masters. niners will host the green bay packers at candlestick park next saturday night, january 12th at five. but the number of seats available is extremely limited so fans are encouraged to visit nfl ticket exchange to find additional seats. it is expected to be a sellout game. it is possible more seats could become available later due to returns. those tickets would only be made available through ticketmaster. >>> up next, unhappy residents, why they say a bill passed to help super storm sandy victims is not enough to make a difference. and the peninsula community comes together to try to save a bay [ male announcer ] pillsbury grands biscuits. delicious. but say i press a few out flat... add some beef sloppy joe sauce... and cheese fold it all up and boom! i jus
temperatures that will likely kill plants if you don't cover them up and may give us crop damage throughout parts of california. prost advisory near the bay, slightly warmer here. overall you need to take in the pets and protect the plants. in san jose, last time it was this cold for this long of a stretch was back on january 9 through the 19th of 2012. it's been about a year since we've had weather like this so remember to bundle up and wear those layers. we have some warming coming up in a few minutes. >>> it feels like green bay around here. guess who is in town tonight? the green bay packers. the big playoff game is now less than 24 hours away. the 49ers, packers at candlestick. the san francisco skyline showing off the city's team spirit. at city hall the 49ers flag is flying high with hopes this win tomorrow, if they win, will pave the way to new orleans, the site of the super bowl. preparations are under way, course, at candlestick. the game is sold out. it will be cold as jeff said, but some people are already tailgating. you see the parking lot. huey lewis and the news will will si
children. we don't allow those games into our house. we made that decision because we think it desensitizes our children to the real effect of violence. the fact is, we need to have a conversation about all these things. we had a woman in camden who decapitated her child and killed herself, high on crack. if we don't deal with the substance abuse issues and mental abuse issues that lead to violence, we're shortchanging this conversation. >> if they deal with those issues as well, would you support a federal ban on assault weapons? >> depends on what they do, matt. >> why not say yes or no? >> it's not that easy. i know in a short interview like this, you would like me to give you pithy answers. but the fact is that these are complicated issues. the fact is i'm willing to have that conversation. that's a lot more than other people are willing to say. i'm willing to have the conversation but you have to deal with these other issues. otherwise you're just being political. >> in your state of the state address yesterday, you cast new jersey as to what you term the dysfunctional, dispirited and
to watch that one, 44, 145 level. a selloff last week. we saw it spike, but i don't think yields will go any higher at this particular point. there's no reason for them to, and the fed is intent on keeping yields low here in the short term. we have started to see things base in treasuries issue and it is a good opportunity to be sniffing around in the area now. cheryl: kevin, will we move away from the bond market and a push more in equities? a little bit of a risk on trade if you will for the stock market leaving bonds to the sidelines considering where we are autowith the fed right now? >> i think certainly into the second half of this year, there's a better opportunity for that to happen. right now, there's so many thing going on in washington, d.c., there's so much uncertainty, and there's so much political bickering going back and forth as your first guest eluded to, playing out in the media, scaring people, and back and forth, and one direction or the other, but in the second half of the year, yes, flows out of bonds and really back into more risky types of assets. cheryl: right. r
out he says it should be adopted. >> we certainly don't want to have criminals breaking into homes and getting ahold of guns. that can happen. >> in piedmont, abc-7 news. >> ama: a 13-year-old tourist is in the hospital suffering from life-threatening injuries after she was hit bay car in san francisco. happened around 8:00 last night on pine street just west of stockton street. the girl was visiting the city with her family when she was hit. the drive tide stop after the accident. >>> vallejo police are offering a ewafford reward for the identity or a car that hit a man. police said the driver rap away after the c. and hasn't been found. >> still to come on abc-7 news at 11:00, a community comes together to help save a bay area icon. >> the taxty ride that led -- what one man did to get his iphone back. >> a google project has hurricane victims seething. >> plus, rain moving through the bay area right now. you can seer right here o >> ama: fans of the peninsula ice rinking rallying against a plan to close the center. the board wants to transform the location into retail face but l
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